• Posted by Califia Suntree on September 16th, 2008, 6:15 PM

    First, I want to spread the word to all New Yorkers that the Edible magazine family has a new title: a two-week-old magazine called Edible Manhattan. Many of you enjoy Edible Brooklyn (I know I do!), and now we can read about the food culture of what we Brooklynites think of mostly as “the skyline.” I was fortunate enough to help the Edible folks out at a couple of farmers’ markets last week, and was struck by the loads and loads of tomatoes everywhere. These later-harvest fruits look to be enormous and very, very ripe. I started to fantasize about canning tomatoes, making and freezing sauce, drying them on the roof…One good place to start is with Kate Dwyer’s inspiring tomato story, and Susie Troccolo’s easy Pasta d’Estate. I may not get around to creating a tomato-product factory in my kitchen, so I’m going to binge on fresh ones ’til they run out.

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